Guitar and Bass Classics – Gibson Les Paul Bible


Guitar and Bass Classics – Gibson Les Paul Bible is on sale now. The ultimate guide to one of the finest guitar models of all time. We explore the history, design, usage and legacy of this classic.     Can you imagine a world without Gibson Les Pauls? No, we can’t either; in fact let’s not dwell on it, as the very notion is likely More...

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Guitar and Bass Classics – Guitar Recording Bible

The latest issue of Guitar and Bass Classics is on sale now – the Guitar Recording Bible is the ultimate guide to recording your instrument, including mixing, mastering, microphones and much more…         There More...

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Guitar and Bass Classics – Back Issues

Guitar & Bass Classics brings you the best of the best in string-driven culture. Whether it’s the finest instruments, the greatest players or the legendary songs, this new series of bookazines from Anthem More...

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By On Wednesday, January 22nd, 2014

NAMM 2014 – G&B Coverage

This year’s NAMM show has kicked off at the usual venue of the Anaheim Convention Center, California. Our editor John Callaghan is in attendance and bringing all the latest big news straight to     In More...

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UK-based but world-renowned, Guitar & Bass has provided a unique take on all things string-driven related since 1991 (although it was called The Guitar Magazine back then). What else do you need to know about More...